HONOLULU — Two well-known credit union attorneys were selected last week to lead the American Bar Association's Committee on Credit Unions.

During the ABA's annual meeting in Honolulu, CUNA Deputy General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Mary Dunn was named the committee's chair while Faith Anderson, general counsel for American Airlines Federal Credit Union, was named vice chair. Dunn succeeds Brian Witt, a partner with Farleigh, Wada and Witt. Dunn and Anderson's terms last three years.

The committee–comprised of private practice, league attorneys and in-house attorneys at credit unions–meets three times a year to discuss and debate a wide variety of issues relating to credit unions.

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